Although for now we do not know yet final characteristics and / or design of what would be the next generation in sony virtual realityWe did see the new one. A few weeks ago we left you with the first look at the design of the virtual reality controllers with which the device would be played PSVR 2.
These will have adaptive triggers and haptic feedback, in addition to other details of which we inform you in its corresponding article. However, for now a crucial little detail was missing: the games, although this can be fixed little by little. Now, with the announcement by Vankupt Games, developer studio responsible for Pavlov Shack.
The studio has confirmed that the game will be released for next-generation virtual reality devices from Sony, instead of those they are already on the market. As detailed from a series of tweets, the current VR device supposedly “does not have the fidelity” Necessary for Pavlov Shack and the game will have crossover play with Oculus Quest.
The game appears to have a Counter-Strike-like approach, so fans, gamers, and even Valve game connoisseurs they will be familiar. It may even sound something similar to those who enjoy the tactical experience of Firewall Zero Hour, the first person shooter also designed for devices Playstation VR.
Price has been decided as $ 24 for Shack in the Oculus Store and everywhere, we decided for price parity to have the less TOS conflicts across Steam, Oculus and Playstation (yes we just got accepted as a partner last week). Shack Beta will be free everywhere too where applicable.
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“These characteristics of the device will allow us to create more natural gestures for the hands during gaming sessions.“they say from Vankrupt Games. Therefore, it is very likely that they have already had in their hands the new PSVR 2 device.
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We will continue to wait for more games confirmed, or future additions -current or new- to the Sony VR catalog.
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